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father's day, happy father's day to you. >> thank you. >> it is sunday, june 19. i'm nydia han along with gray hall. >> here's some of the stories we're working on "action news." a dive team are searching the delaware rivera minivan plunged into into the river overnight the driver is missing. the cost of a south jersey university is going up, we'll
show you how much. thousands of people started off the day with a run for a great cause. we'll have more on the gary pappa run in honor of other colleague who lost his battle with cancer seven years ago. >> those stories in a moment, but let's go outside to chris sowers with the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: i'm standing in the shea, i have a nice breeze blowing across city avenue. temperatures are in the mid 80s. 85 in philadelphia. atlantic city, 87 at the airport. on the beach it's 3 or 4 degrees cooler. cape may picking up a bay breeze, 77. 86 in trenton, 84 in wilmington anne 84 in millville. satellite and radar you'll see a ton ever blue sky from start to finish. if you're heading to citizens bank park two things you have to
remember, sunscreen a lot of water stay high doppler -- hydr. 88 degrees at 1:30, 9th inning, 90-degree mark. phillies taking on the arizona diamondbacks. the heat cranks tomorrow, tomorrow could be the hottest day of the year so far. we're forecasting a high of 93. you factor in the humidity it will feel much, much worse, when i come back in a few minutes we'll talk about that and the possibility of tuesday morning thunderstorms in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. for now, guys feels pretty good. >> guys? >> thank you, today is father's day, it is a day when we remember our beloved colleague gary pappa who lost his battle with prostate cancer seven years. the gary pappa run kicked off bright and early this morning. trish hartman has more on the special and emotional day. >> reporter: hi gray, happy father's
father's day. seven years ago today we lost gary, his legacy lives on through the people who continue to join out, continuing to join in the battle against prostate cancer. thousands of runners and walkers stepped out in the sunshine celebrating father's day by spreading awareness about prostate cancer. >> my grandfather had prostate cancer, so our whole family has done it, this is the first year i'm doing it. >> reporter: the 14th annual gary pappa run raises money fore breast and pro state health. our sports director gary lost his battle in 2009, but advocated tireless for men's herlt -- health before he died. >> a gentleman came over and said he is a sure -- survivor, he said every year i get a photograph with you.
>> reporter: gary's son 18 years is hosting the award ceremony. >> just remember our priority is to stay focused and continue education and promote awareness. >> reporter: steve morris son of preston and steve is a prostate cancer survive. >> you beat your battle with cancer, i never had a battle because of early detection. $300,000 has been raised so far this year, if you would like to make a donation donate at gary pappa run.com. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. now to a developing story, dive teams are in the delaware river looking for the driver of a minivan that plunged into the water. witnesses reported seeing a silver 20067 buick speeding on oregon avenue around 2:50 a.m. >> i heard a crash, i think i
crashed into another car, i look over and i seen the gate missing and i heard a splash and i told my friend in the car, yo, somebody just went into the water. the minivan was recovered and no one was inside it. the window was kicked out, the witness said the car was going sofs they could not see -- so fast, they could not see how many people were inside the car. a man was injured overnight hitting a utility pole. it flipped over on browning road in pennsauken, camden county at 2:30 a.m. the driverle crawled out of the wreckage of his car. he was treated at the scene and refused to go to the hospital. no word on what caused him to lose control. police are trying to identify the victim of a hit-and-run who was hospitalized with life threatening injuries.
the man was riding a brac and red mountain bike in the southbound area of the walt whitman bridge ramble. the victim is 25 -- ramp, the victim is 25 to 30 years old. he was wearing geebs -- jeans and white sneakers and hat. the driver who hit him was charged. cadaver dogs were brought to a feasterville home where 12 girls were rescued last week. chopper 6 hd was over the property as the dogs went through the property. they have not found any remains. the girls living in the house with lee kaplan were 6 months and 18 years old. kaplan fathered two children with the oldest girl who was gifted to him by her parents when she was 14. neighbors say they have called police for years about strange things at the home.
>> did they call and say they saw amish people. that's the calls we got. if it was a child abuse call, we would have responded. >> kaplan is in jail an statutory sexual assault, the girl's parents, daniel and savilla stoltzfus are in jail. for more on the complex story go to 6abc.com we'll continue to provide updates on air and online as new information comes in. >> in wilmington, delaware, police are trying to track down a person who gunned down a 29-year-old man. donald tucker was shot along north pine street saturday afternoon. he was rushed to christiana hospital, but did not survive. police are urging anyone with information to contact them. police in chester county continue to search for the person who beat a 62-year-old woman to death. denise barger's body was found friday morning in the home on the 900 block of heather stone
drive in about her are -- berywn. she is a widow. today we mark the one week anniversary of the worst shooting in u.s. history. a special mass is being held to honor the victims of the orlando nightclub shooting. that service is scheduled at the basilica of saints peter and paul. tomorrow the omar mateen's calls to hostage negotiators will be released. loretta lynch will be on the ground in orlando meeting with victims and first responders. a jury says being drunk is not excuse, it is sending a strong message to a former college football player charged with rape. >> plus the incredible story of a colorado mother who found a mountain lion in her backyard with its jaws around her
>> a former vanderbilt university football player faces up to 25 years in prison for his role in the rape of an unconscious woman he was dating. it took four hours to convict him. he was found guilty of rape and sexual battery. prosecutors say he took the woman into a dorm room in 2014 where he was raped by his teammates. he said he was drunk, prosecutors argue he encouraged
the rape and was part of it. >> wildlife workers caught and killed two young mountain lions. the mother found the animal crouched over the boy with the boy's head in his mouth. he was rushed to the hospital with cuts to his face and head and neck. crews out west are breaking for record-breaking temperatures. while the sherpa fire is under control. they are not taking any chances. more than a dozen large infernos are burning across 6 states including a fire in new mexico where two dozen homes have been lost. >> let's get you caught up on the father's day forecast, a bit toasty. >> reporter: better here, though, some of the locations in the arizona and new mexico will
make a run at 120 degrees later on. they can keep that out there. we're talking about highs around 90. it will feel toasty here, but not as intense as what they are dealing with along the west coast. beautiful shot in cape may, a couple of people in the water enjoying themselves taking in the refreshing sea breeze that is starting to develop in atlantic county. everybody from atlantic city down to cape may will feel the sea breeze as it gets stronger later on. double scan live is clear, the sea breeze will cool you back down into the 70s. 85 in philadelphia. dewpoint, 57. pressure reading 30.30. holding steady. winds out of the south/southwest at 8 miles per hour. 89 shoring up in martins creek. quakertown, 82. pottstown, 82. saint davids, 88. center city, 85. glassboro, 85. you can see how quickly the numbers are warming. the saving grace is this right here, dewpoints are in the 50s that's a refreshing air mass for
the month of june. you get into the 60s you notice the change. mid 60s it's sticky. this number gets closer to 70 it feels like new new orleans or mi or the golf coast states -- can you feel ghost states. far as humidity on a scale of one to ten, it will feel like 1. we'll have pleasant conditions and we'll keep it that way as the afternoon wears on. high pressure you can see everything wrapping around it in clockwise fashion. we'll see showers and storms along the high plains along the canadian boarder into southern canada and the gulf coast states and along the front range. where the high sits you can't get any clouds let alone showers and storms. we'll get lots of sunshine, and call it toasty.
the front gets closer in between the front and the high, the winds strengthen in the south/southwest. the hottest day of the year is on the way tomorrow in the mid 90s. winds out of the south/southwest at a 5 to 15 miles per hour. the humidity levels are fairly low, so not too bad. in the poconos, 84 degrees in the mountains. the jersey shore it's humid on the water than inland locations. 80 degrees or close to it as the sea breeze kicks in this number drops off in the mid 70s. mostly sunny skies, 6 degrees is the ocean water temperature. there's the moderate risk for rip currents. pay close attention to the lifeguards today as you head into the waters. clear skies, warm, 63 degrees outlying suburbs, 68 for center city. now is a good time to flip on the ac. humidity levels increase throughout the evening.
90 diaz today, sunny. -- 90 degrees today, sunny. 93 tomorrow, feeling like 95, 69. tuesday, very warm and thunderstorm possible with the passage. front. once that passes we get the refreshing canadian air masses. 84 wednesday, thursday, 82, friday, 82. >> friday is an all-important day for this guy. chris is tieing the knot on friday. >> pennsylvania ballet is celebrating their 10th anniversary. >> reporter: there summer series is a contemporary ballet and virtual design. former pennsylvania ballet
dancers christine cox and matthew ninin founded the troupe back in 2005 because they wanted to push the boundaries of ballet. >> ballet x is the resident dance company at the wilma theater. their summer series kicks off with world premier works one by matthew ninin who is the resident could have -- choreographer of the pennsylvania ballet. the first half of the prime, the second half is bonzi. >> she is doing a piece inspired by a surrealist artist. we have different inspirations
both dances feature art by the philadelphia design company cliff collective. >> they have done work at longwood gardens and projected images on city 458. >> reporter: for tickets and showtime go to ballet x.org or visit 6abc loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> just ahead on "action news," a simple change that you can make to your diet that could dramatically radios your risk for diabetes -- reduce your risk for diabetes. and later we meet the woman who was crowned misnew jersey we'll be right back. to grow up.
12:20, 835 degrees outside. sky6 live hd giving us a look at atlantic city folks on the beach enjoying the day. chris sowers says pull out the shades and sunscreen, fathers enjoy. >> you don't have to alter your diet to lower your risk for type two of diabetes. two studies says swopping out meat for vegetables. plant based food is important. the risk dropped 24% that includes whole grains and nuts and important veggies. imagine you're ordering lunch online, and you see a red light signaling high calorie count. would you still order it? scientists evaluated 803 orders
over 6 week period, they found when they added traffic lights, their subjects opted for the greenlight or lower calorie option. researchers saying adding labels or symbols cuts consumption by 10%. >> a new study said women who want to start a family should not rely on smart phone fertility apps and websites. nearly 79% of of his and websites are -- apps and websites are wrong. they count days after ovulation. of the 33 apps and 20 websites tested only one website and 3 apps predicted the most fertile window. there's much more to come on "action news," including a preview of the winter take all game of the game number 7 of the nba finals. septa is making changes
this week, you'll want to know about the significant changes the transit company is making to its schedule. we'll be right back. (vo) we went to hollywood to ask if america's favorites - burgers, tacos and chili could taste just as great made with turkey. thousands stepped into the jennie-o tasting booth to find out. with just one bite, they knew. now it's your turn to make the switch.
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franco has not given the fans much to cheer about since last weekend. phils fans they can cheer for this, the phils up one-zip. diamondbacks playing home run derby. batters later, phils 20 homers the last five days, the worst stretch in team historical. frong co-has not had -- franco has not had a hit since last sunday. the worst stretch in the major and by the way they are the worst hitting team, too. >> i have to figure out what i am doing, i have to work on it. >> everything everybody take a deep breath and try to do less, you know that might be laughable to the public eye, you know, how
can we possible do less, but sometimes less is more. >> reporter: there's been only one major sports championship here in philadelphia over the last 34 painful years. as bad as it's been, as hard as it is to stomach, in cleveland there's been zero. in fact their last parade 5 # years ago. willlabron james and the cleveld calf leers can end the -- cavaliers can end the drought tonight. labron are you feeling the pressure to win the tidal -- title. >> you say the word pressure, the word everybody likes to use in sports. i guess in the lamest terms, for everyone is an opportunity for us to do something special. >> game seven, tonight can you wait on 6abc at 8:00 p.m.
labron against the golden state warriors, can't wait. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> can't wait. another half-hour of "action news" is just ahead. >> here's some of the stories we'll have for you. family and friends are remembering a trail blazer in the area in the fight against animal abuse. a south jersey woman gets a trip to atlantic city. those stories and more when "action news" continues. >> happening right on "action
news," the cost ever going to one south jersey university is going up, we'll do the math for you. nasa is working on the next big idea that could help save the environment along with billions of dollars in fuel costs foreairlines around the -- for airlines around the world. >> many spend father's day to honor gary pappa him we'll take you to the event that is honoring gary pappa's life. >> chris sowers is outside, it's hot today. >> reporter: when you're out in the sun it's hot it will be steamy overnight tonight and into tomorrow. let's take you down to cape may, we have a beautiful view of the
ocean. you can see the folks on the sand, someone is para sailing out there. a couple of folks kicking the soccer ball around, you sit back and wait for the fudgy wudgy guy come around with ice cream. high tide 7:50. the remainder of the afternoon low tide. seas 2 to 4 feet. wind out of the south at 5 to 15 miles per hour. the national weather stressed there could rip currents out there, if you're going to venture in the water pay attention to the lifeguards. margate, 86. in atlantic city on the sand they are showing 84. airport number is 87. 85 in allentown. 86 in reading, philadelphia checking in at 85. forecast for today, for the 7th time this year we'll mca
i high of 90 degrees or higher in the city. it will be hot, but not that humid, the humidity increases overnight tonight. for the jersey shore, 80 degrees is where you'll top things out later on. lots of sunshine, it will be much more humid down there, because of the ocean flow than what you'll experience inland locations. later on, 2:00 p.m., this afternoon, the 80 for the jersey shore is 74, 75. not a bad inissue to the weekend. this is the -- not a bad way to finish for the weekend. this is the way we like to finish the weekend. no rain in the foreseeable future. rain on tuesday with an approaching cold front and line of showers or thunderstorms. when i come back we'll focus on that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast guys. >> this morning a lot of people hit the pavement for a great cause, they took part in the gary pappa run. >> it's been seven years since our beloved colleague lost his battle with prostate cancer.
trish hartman is live at eakens over. couldn't ask for a nicer day. >> reporter: today marks 7 years since we lost our sports director gp -- gary pappa. this event has been held in his memory to raise awareness about prostate cancer. more than 3,000 runners and walkers came out for the 10k or 5k or one mile walk. more than $300,000 has been raised so far for the foundation of breast and prostate here in philly and provides screening and educational programs for men. there are so many inspirational stories, we found a family that participated every year to support their father and grandfather who are currently battling prostate cancer. he said his daughter, a nurse urged him to be more pro active. >> my daughter said no, that's when they found with the biopsy,
they found it. >> yeah and if something is not right, you don't feel right, get checked. >> reporter: such an important message, now, one in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime. men should start screening by the age of 50, earlier if you ever a family history. reporting live in eakens oval, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> a man who championed or abused animal has lost his ballots with cancer. george bengal started the humane law enforcement department and headed up the branch for ten years. the military veteran and former philadelphia police officer was a life long animal advocate. he was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer. bengal died yesterday with his wife and daughter by his side. he feels 6 the years old, of course he will be missed by many. >> beginning today there are new scheduleses that go into effect for septa, the agency is
making adjustments for the summer season that includes facial service, construction detours and track renewal project will mean buses for the routes 10 and 15 trollies. there's a new route for the route 17 bus to penns landing. additional service to delaware avenue and louis street. before you head out check the schedules. from our new jersey newsroom, students and parents will be paying for more tuition at ronnie university. the school announced hikes in the 2016, 2017 year. that's a total coast of $13,118 for the academic year. a south jersey woman is the toast of the garden state after she took the crown at the miss new jersey pageant. 22-year-old beat out 29 other
women. her big win was announced by karen rogers who hosted the pageant. wick is a graduate and go on to rutgers and miss america pageant in september. >> the contestants and audience paused to remember karen mccullum a former miss new jersey who was killed in a car crash earlier this year. firefly festival wraps up today. mumford and sons are the headliners. >> if you were watching the phillies game thursday night you may have noticed an amazing camp, a fan snagged a foul ball that's only part of the story. i had a chance to catch up with him. >> this big guy along the right
field line with his daughter in his lap. >> reporter: this catch has baseball fans buzzing, he never thought it would happen to him. >> i watched them catch the it think of them in the right lace right time. >> the draw dropping one hand catch would give many professional players a run for their money. not only did he catch it in one hand, he had his daughter in his hand and tray of food. >> i adjusted a little bit and put my hand up and it went into my hand. >> reporter: the catch was the highlight for the game. he made the catch without breaking a sweat and barely getting out of his seat. he admits he is receiving loads of attention. for this dad the moment is
bigger than 15 minutes of fame. it's about a lasting memory he will share with his daughter. >> she is 4 years old, she hadn't seen it yet, the ball is hers, i'll frame the ticts and the ball for her. i'll try again if it happens. >> an impressive catch. that dad said at no time was his little girl in any danger during that catch. he was holding her tightly we are guessing all the dads heading to the south philadelphia phillies game are hoping to get as lucky to catch a ball. if you're looking for something to do with dad. academy of natural sciences of directional university is offering free admission to all dads and dads can get a free small cup. frozen yogurt at tcby today.
>> we're going to celebrate my anniversary which was yesterday. we took the kids somewhere yesterday. >> it's the worst time of the year to fly to the south pole, but the small plane is braving the 68 below zero temperatures to rescue a sick worker at a research station. for a very cheap bottle of wine, walmart is getting rave reviews, but guessy -- guess where you can't by it. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when axe returns.
a member of the team had a medical emergency. complicationing the rescue it's -- complicating the rescue it's minus 68-degree weather cold enough to freeze the jet fuel in the plane. >> there are restrictions under which the plane can fly. there are weather systems coming through all the time. we're working carefully with the weather predictions. >> a canadian company has been hired to make the daring rescue. it is same group that rescued a researcher back in 2001. him at that time they waited two weeks for a 36 hour window of decent weather. muhammadi has sentenced to life in prison. he wassoused in 2030.
an oregon man is accused of groping a 13-year-old girl on an american airline flight from dallas to portland. the teen was traveling by herself when he sat next to her. he leaned against her and placed his hand on her leg three times. he was forced to move, he was arrested when the plane landed. nasa unveiled plans for a fully electric plane that uses electric propulsion instead of burning fuel. it will have 14 electric motors. it could be on the runway in four years followed by a series of five larger electric planes capable of holding more passengers and more cargo. it is part of nasa's 790 million-dollar new horizon initiative. mcdonald's is bringing back the lobster roll.
beginning this week you can get it, but only in new england. it's been a decade since appeared on the menu in mcdonald's. it will set you back 8.99. it's only got 290 calories if that makes you feel better. it will be available through mid august. microsoft and starbucks want to give your inbox a coffee jolt. there's starbucks for outlook which allows microsoft user to e-mail gift cards and set up meetings at nearby locations. the overall goal is to make online relationships more personal to connect off line. >> if you're a wine snob, you might find the next story hard to swallow, a 6-dollar bottleful wine from walmart is getting rave reviews. it's been called a crowd
pleaser. it received the best in show at the world wine awards. unfortunately you can't get it at the walmart in the u.s. it's only available in the uk those stores can't keep it on the shelves, the wine is sold i couldn't out. >> every walmart manager in the united states is like we have to get that. $6? >> reporter: we have a good forecast, the beaches are packed. it's a beautiful afternoon around the delaware and the lehigh valleys with lots of sunshine, excuse me, fairly comfortable temperatures. now, i've got mixed reviews on social media on how it feels out there. some have said it's too warm, others say it's just right. it depends on your liking. either way you slice it, it's going to be hot, but not humid. forecasting a high of 90 degrees, humidity levels low. 66 was where we started out this
morning. everybody needs to pay attention to this, you saw the live shot, a ton of sunshine. we're not expecting much in the way of clouds at all. with the angle of the sun being so high you can get a burn in 20 minutes, especially someone with fair skin. between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. apply the sunscreen and keep reapplying it. maybe you'll be okay. reading, 86. 85 in philadelphia. trenton, 86. millville, 84. atlantic city at the airport, 87. slight breeze out of the west at 5 to 15 miles per hour. you can see the shorepoints switching over. here's the sabz -- sea breeze from northern monmouth county and bay breeze in cape may county. you'll switch over in the next hour or so. that's when the temperatures on the beach begin to pull back in the mid 70s. nice stuff later on. satellite and radar, high pressure right there, you can
see on the movement eferlg wraps wraps -- everything wraps around the high in the clockwise fashion. it's like a protective bubble, if you will, it's hard to get any precipitation into one of these domes. as long as it's situated there it will keep most of the united states fairly dry. the pattern overall has not been bad in terms of heat. here's philadelphia, the pattern looks like, we had a huge heat pump high across the heartland of the nation and high plains. every now have and then it shifts to the east and it snaps back like a rubber band and stays hot out west and cool and refreshing along the eastern seaboard especially the mid atlantic and the northeast. looking into the middle of july suggests that that high situated here will shift here, all of a sudden we'll get stained heat east of the mississippi.
we'll see if it plays out, this is what's popping up on the long range modeling. enjoy the comfortable conditions we're dealing with so far this month. 901 degrees in allentown. -- 91 in allentown. philadelphia, 90. wilmington, 90. trenton, 91. toms river, 90 and millville, 90. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it's dry today, dry tomorrow, hazy, hot and humid for the first day of summer, 93. feels like 95 or 96. tuesday the frontal system approaches during the morning hours maybe a quick-hitting shower or thunderstorm, by afternoon sun and clouds, 89. wednesday cooler and refreshing. no humidity wednesday or thursday, 84 it feels fantastic. thursday, rain, 82. friday looking good, clouds to sun, 82. saturday partly sunny, low humidity levels, 84 degrees. nydia? >> thanks so much. and remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check
12:51, 85 degrees, taking live look from our temple university camera. you can see it's sunny out there, a little hot, but not bad. if you're looking to do something with dad take him to the philadelphia zoo. while there check out the meerkats they have a new view. >> reporter: one by one the meerkats popped their heads out of the small mammal house of the philadelphia zoo. well cull to meerkat maze. >> it's giving them things to explore. >> reporter: the trails allow them to explore and burrow.
there are look out towers for these mammals famous for standing sentry. >> it's really, really cool. >> it was like being with them. >> reporter: did you feel like rahmir -- meerkat. it is new adventure by these curious meerkats. four of the meerkats have taken to the venturing out. the other two have been lingering in the tower, a little more cautious in the early days, that's expected to change as they add just. >> they are inquisitive and fascinated by new things, they are easily entertained. this is the latest extension of zoo 360 a network of trails that allows visitors to gaze at
animals as they roam around the zoo. >> we thought was opportunity this year to try a different approach and slightly different model of a trail system for smaller animals. mere cats are pilots for that. sights, sounds and awaits. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> when "action news" continues an update of our top stories, plus a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a moment. blinds to go. blinds for life.
>> recapping our top stories, dive teams are looking for the driver of a car that plunged into the river. the minivan was recovered, but no sign of the driver. a man was injured overnight hitting a utility pole snapping it in half. the suv was flipped on ts roof. the driver crawled out of the wreckage of his car. he was treated at the scene and refused to go to the hospital. more than 3,000 people hit the pavement for the gary pappa run run walk. gary lost his battle with prostate cancer seven years ago
this month. it has raised $300,000 for the breast and prostate cancer. , 90 degrees is the forecasted high. humidity starts to increase overnight tonight. now is probably a good time to put the ac on. tomorrow it will be scorching. 93. with the humidity it will feel like 95 or 96. tuesday morning, 89 degrees high temperature, maybe a thunderstorm early, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday and saturday, all look great, outside the chance of a little rain thursday, talking temperature-wise with a refreshing canadian high. >> next time you see this guy he will be a married man. chris gets married on friday. >> while we're focused on dad today this dog is really focus focused. she also the only dog not -- she is the only dog not splashing
around the pool party. more than 14 million people have gotten a after at her pool antics be she is cute. >> "action news" continues at 6:00 p.m. now for gray hall, the groom to be, source sowrks, and the entire "action news" team -- chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. we'll see you back here next sunday. >>
>> i'm karen rogers. and i'm erin o'hearn. saturday/tonight on fyi philly. byod cheers! it's our annual summer fun special. from workouts at the winery and lounging at a beer garden. >> to festivals and summer concert season, we're taking the fun outdoors. >> we're going to be jamming this summer! >> and if it's an air conditioned escape you're after, we've got everything from pixar to penguins. >> cutest penguins in the world. >> and how about skydiving indoors!? >> i'm so excited! >> hi everyone and welcome to fyi philly. >> summer officially arrives on monday and that means it's time to get outside and have some fun. >> and that's just what we're doing here at bourbon blue in manayunk. >> on their beautiful patio overlooking the canal >> and this place will be right in the heart of the action next weekend for the 27th annual manayunk arts festival. >> we have over 300 artists from across the country. >> it's one of the largest outd